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I need assistance changng the black ink cartridge on my MFC 24OC brother

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  1. I have this printer myself.
  2. Facing the printer, look on the far right corner.
  3. You will see a little door below the scanner. This is where the single black and three color cartridges reside.
  4. Open the door and see the cartridges.
  5. The black will be the one that is to the far left in this compartment.
  6. Each cartridge is secured by a blue vertical "lever"
  7. Push on the blue lever and it should click and pop out slightly.
  8. With your index finger, pull down on the lever and the cartridge should pop out even further.
  9. Let the blue lever drop down and grasp the cartridge and pull toward you. The cartridge should come out.
  10. Remove the cover and tape from the new cartridge and put in the black cartridge slot until seated in the slot.
  11. Gently lift the blue lever until it clicks
  12. Close the door and the printer will begin to clean itself automatically.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009

  • Bernie Thames
    Bernie Thames Jan 30, 2009

    Did you get your cartridge changed? If you able to use my information, I'd appreciate your feedback? Thanks!

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